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8:56 AM EST on November 14, 2016

    • Transit Know-Nothing John Mica Could Become the Next U.S. Transpo Secretary (Florida Politics)
    • Trump's Transpo Transition Pick Is All About Building Roads (Curbed)
    • Transportation Issues to Track During the Lame Duck Session (The Hill)
    • Sound Transit Vows to Move Quickly on the $54B Package Voters Approved (Puget Sound Biz Journal)
    • What $2.8B Could Do for Atlanta Transit (Next City)
    • California High-Speed Rail Seeks Exemptions From Buy America (LA Times)
    • What's Next for Raleigh After Transit Ballot Win? (News & Observer)
    • What Does Trump Mean for the Future of the DC Metro? (WaPo)
    • Bike-share Takes on Larger Role in DC as Metro Struggles (WaPo)
    • Minneapolis Leads in Decreasing Bicyclist Injury Rates (Star-Trib)
    • Baltimore Explores Transit Options Post-Red Line (Baltimore Sun)

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